Crimes of the Future

Review by Cat Earley “Do you mind if I ask you something intimate?” says Kristen Stewart’s character to Viggo Mortensen’s in David Cronenberg’s new Crimes of the Future.  “No, go ahead.” he replies. “That surgery is sex, isn’t it?” She continues, “surgery is the new sex.” “Does there have to be a new sex?” “Yes.Continue reading “Crimes of the Future”

Underwater

Review by Johannes Black Underwater continues in the tradition of H. P. Lovecraft-inspired science fiction, with notable predecessors including Jack Arnold’s Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954), James Cameron’s The Abyss (1989), and Barry Levinson’s much-understated Sphere (1998). It is exciting and blood-curdling terrain, whose B-movie possibilities have inspired a generation of filmmakers. It shouldContinue reading “Underwater”